I would like to thank CaseKing.de
for supplying the review sample.
CaseKing is one of the few companies out there, which will not just sell anything. They only offer hardware that performs well and is of high quality. The shop carries quite a few exclusive parts and devices from all around the world and it is also the official distributor for a long list of well known manufacturers. Their assortment has grown substantially in recent years, while great service and support is still a very important part of the shop philosophy.
We have the pleasure to take a look at the PC-B25FB "KingMod" Edition today. CaseKing is offering the service to mod cases, enhancing it in various ways. In the case of the B25FB, this modification translates into the application of sound dampening materials.
You will find various other pre-modded cases, materials and much more at the KingMod Service
page from CaseKing.
|Drive Bays ||3 - External 5.25"|
8 - Internal 3.5"
|Form Factor ||ATX / Micro ATX|
|Expansion Slots ||8 standard slots |
|Case Fans ||FRONT, 120mm Fan x 2; REAR, 120mm Fan x 1; TOP, 140mm Fan x 2|
|Dimensions||210mm x 495mm x 490mm (W, H, D) |
|Front Access |
E-SATA / USB2.0 x 2 / HD+AC97 Audio
The PC-B25FB comes in the usual, Lian Li style, full color cardboard box. The front features an image of the case, while the side goes into further detail. Caseking has stuck a few stickers on there with the word "gedämmt" which means "insulated". That is the only reference you will find to the KingMod edition on the outside.
Caseking includes a fairly detailed "Why & How" about the sound insulation mod they have applied to the case. It also includes quite a few pointers on how to get the best possible noise reduction, as well as what you have to watch for when going all out and covering every opening of the chassis. I have taken it upon myself to translate it into english. You may download the PDF here